Canada has closed its border to non-Canadians or non-permanent residents; the only people allowed in will be Canadian citizens, permanent residents and US Citizens for the time being. Starting March 18th.
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- United Kingdom: residents will not be allowed to travel to the United States for 30 days beginning 16 March
- Ireland: residents will not be allowed to travel to the United States for 30 days beginning 16 March
- Uruguay: Travelers from Italy, Spain, Germany, Korea, Iran, Singapore, Japan and France are not allowed to enter the country.
- Peru: All flights to Europe will be suspended as of 16 March for 30 days.
The following added border closures were announced today:
- Spain is closing borders, quarantining citizens, banning inbound flights and closing the country
- Netherlands is closing borders
- Slovenia is closing borders
- Slovakia is closing borders
- Romania is closing borders
The US government announced that it was extending its travel ban to apply to the United Kingdom, Ireland and Poland, effective Monday.
US Travel Ban: The US ban announced last evening by President Trump